Gendered food insecurity study informs recovery and preparedness in the Indo-Pacific

Centre for Governance and Public Policy
Published
Academics from the Griffith Asia Institute (GAI) collaborated with researchers from the Indo-Pacific to examine the risks related to economic hardship and food insecurity that women in the region experienced during the first and second years of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) funded project focused on low-income women working […]

UN report highlights impacts of COVID-19 on gender equality

COVID-19
Published
The global impact of COVID-19 on women’s wellbeing has been highlighted in a new UN Women report co-authored by Griffith University academic Professor Sara Davies. Women’s access to education and health services has already been compromised by the pandemic, according to the report Spotlight on Gender, COVID-19 and the SDGs: Will the pandemic derail hard-won […]

FactCheck: are asylum seekers really economic migrants?

Griffith Asia Institute
Published
In an opinion piece in The Conversation Dr Sara Davies examines the government’s view that a large number of people arriving by boat are economic migrants purporting to be refugees.  The Conversation is fact checking political statements during the federal election.  For the full article click here.